Lacking a strong leader to rally behind in 2016, desperate, fragmented Republicans turn to tried-and-failed 2012 nominee, Mitt Romney
Republicans thought they could successfully finagle the state's congressional districts in 2012. On Thursday, a federal judge proved them wrong.
Republican leaders are warning that the GOP's House majority could be put at risk by dozens of deadbeat members who have put the party in a severe cash crunch by not paying their dues.
Republicans thought it would be a super idea to post this little sound bite of Speaker John Boehner looking woozy and ragey at the same time, accusing President Obama of never taking responsibility for anything.
Democrats are wooing single women -- a rising power of a voting bloc, while Republicans spit in their face.
As Charlie Brown despairs from time to time, "Good Grief" or if times get truly stressful, "OH, Good Grief." From the perspective of the upcoming presidential race, this will be neither of those times. That doesn't mean there won't be ear-bending yammering from the right.
Mark Mayfield, one of the leaders of the Central Mississippi Tea Party and a key supporter of Mississippi State Senator Chris McDaniel during his recent US Senate campaign, was found dead Friday of a gunshot wound.
President Obama let go of the tight constrictions of diplomacy and got real about the problems in DC: It's Republicans and their failed trickle down baloney. They just don't get what people are going through.
Have you ever been curious about the inner workings of a polling place? That's where you go to vote for local state and national candidates, ballot issues and advisory questions.
Two days after losing in Mississippi's US Senate Republican primary runoff election, State Senator Chris McDaniel is still refusing to concede to the winner, incumbent Senator Thad Cochran.
What looked like it could be an anomaly is beginning to look like a real thing in Kentucky as the most accurate pollster of 2012 finds Grimes leading McConnell by two points even after his primary.
Former half-term Governor of Alaska and the Republican Party's 2008 nominee for Vice President Sarah Palin did not have an enjoyable Tuesday night.
Tuesday night Rep. James Lankford (R-OK) easily defeated former Oklahoma House Speaker TW Shannon in Oklahoma's US Senate Republican primary. Lankford will move on to the general election this November.
A new poll released Thursday by Suffolk University and the Boston Herald shows that Republican Scott Brown trails Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) by 10 points in his bid to defeat the incumbent.
In a story posted by Daniel Strauss of Talking Points Memo on Tuesday, Thom Tillis, North Carolina's State House Speaker and Republican nominee for US Senate, did an interview in 2012 where he suggested that Hispanics and blacks are not 'traditional' Americans.
In an op-ed piece for Politico published Sunday, former Democratic Governor of Vermont Howard Dean stated that the recent primary loss by House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) offers five lessons for Democrats in upcoming elections.
After a couple of days of recovering from a 15-hour stint as head of a polling place and processing the latest primary results, here's what I make of the outcomes.
After his seismic loss, Eric Cantor's pollster is blaming Democrats, the liberal media, and the 'Cooter factor'. No kidding.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) lost in the Republican primary Tuesday night to Tea Party upstart David Brat. Republicans may think this means they need to oppose immigration reform.
Here is a roundup of Texas press reaction to the GOP party platform -- they seem more than a little dismayed by the growing extremism.